Huda Beauty Pastel Obsessions Palettes Swatches

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The purple is lovely! :o) I saw Amanda (Makeupjustforfun) did a review and the purple did best for her, too. Your swatches look similar to hers! I’m so curious what you’ll think of the new formulas!

The Lilac one appears to have the best quality, but I own these types of shades to the umpteenth degree, so I probably won’t get it.

Mint is the one that I’m most attracted to *color wise*. I’m just not as certain that it has the quality behind it.

As someone who doesn’t much like glitter (gasp!), these are beautiful in the pan but have no place in my shopping cart. All filler, no killer.

These may be good for someone who wants pastels although it looks like each palette has at least one dupe pair.

I like the lilac one the most . The mint I wish was a bit more pigmented . Can the some of the shades be built up? The swirly sparkle shades look pretty interesting . I can’t wait to see how the look on the lids.

I think the Lilac palette has the strongest or most pigmented shades and the Mint palette is pretty as well. I feel that the Rose palette might be a little too pale for most.

With what Colourpop can provide in terms of better quality and price, this is truly disappointing. The mint seems about as sheer as Colourpop’s though. I’ve been wanting to get away from Colourpop because of their plastic cosmetic ingredients (the glitter, mostly) and their constant launches with quick discontinuation- but I guess Huda is not the direction for me. :\

I love the concept and i actually LOVE the way shimmery pastels look on me… but this packaging is giving me daycare makeup kit teas…

Mel Thompson did a video about these palettes….. I think these are very nice, but if a profi like her does looks, everything can look beautiful. Neverthless, the shimmers look vibrant on her eyes.

The Mint is calling to me, as I don’t have anything like it in my stash, but……I don’t have anything like it in my stash, so maybe I wouldn’t wear it. Hmm….

Lilac 2, lilac 3, and lilac 6 seem almost identical in the swatches, I bet they’d look very similar on the eye. Overall that one is the one I’m most attracted to color-wise, but I can dupe most of the shades in palettes I already own.

I want all of them, and I’m not even a fan of Huda Beauty!

Beautifully curated palettes, literal eye candies!

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